Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Recipe Review: Nigella's African Drumsticks

I wish I had a picture for you, but alas in the flurry of serving lunch as quickly as I possibly could a photo was not going to happen!

I used Nigella's recipe from page 46 of 'Nigella Kitchen'.  A simple marinade of wocestershire sauce, tomato sauce, mustard, ground ginger, jam and onion on chicken drumsticks made for a very delicious foundation for our Sunday lunch.  Along with jacket potatoes, fresh corn salad and a garden salad there were lots of happy people sitting at our table!

As much as I would love to post Nigella's recipe, I have a feeling I'm not allowed to.  Copyright laws and all that.  So.  Borrow the book from the library, get it from your favourite online bookstore, take a peek at a friend's copy.  However you do it, it's worth taking a wander through the pages of this hefty volume!  This recipe is a keeper at our place.

6 comments:

Our Red House said...

Sounds delish!

Kate

Left-Handed Housewife said...

Silly copyright laws! You're good to obey them, of course. The recipe does sound delicious, so I guess I'll have to check out the book!

xofrances

Tracy said...

The whole book is worth it Frances ;)

But then, I am the Nigella obsessed one, so perhaps my opinion is slightly slanted!

Angela said...

the recipe is online here

http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/buttermilkchickendru_87107

Tracy said...

I've made that recipe too, Angela. The African drumsticks recipe is quite different though. :)

Anonymous said...

it is very delicious!
hmmmmm just ate it :)
heaven :) even my husband adores it :)
we ate it with just basmati rice, and god it is heaven :D